Dharamshala – Chinese authorities in Tibet published a political patriotic re-education book for Tibetans, in particular for the monks and nuns in eastern Tibet, to propagate about the development of Tibetan regions and to educate them the patriotic education, in an effort to put an end to future uprisings.
Dharamshala, India – Under the Chinese occupation of Tibet, Tibetans self-immolated to protest against the Chinese government's repressive policies in Tibet, Chinese authorities arbitrarily arrested, detained, beaten, tortured and convicted Tibetans, Tibetan monasteries and schools were closed and the Buddha statue was destroyed, Tibetans were treated ruthlessly in the midst of a pandemic in 2022.
Dharamshala – Chinese authorities in Tibet arrested a Tibetan poet in 2021 for speaking about Tibet's exiled spiritual leader, His Holiness the Dalai Lama, while many Tibetan writers and intellectuals were arrested in the same year for their writings and protection of the Tibetan language. The Chinese government aims to eliminate the unique identity of Tibetans.
Dharamshala, India – Chinese authorities arrested four young Tibetan women from Dhartsedho County in eastern Tibet for allegedly taking part in a protest against the Chinese government's "zero-covid policy" restrictions in the city of Chengdu in recent days, as part of a massive demonstration in 16 different cities across China.